A4NH's Food Systems for Healthier Diets flagship leader Inge Brouwer and Ruerd Ruben, who represents Wageningen University & Research on A4NH's Planning and Management Committee, along with their food systems research conducted as part of A4NH, were profiled in a recent article by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
The article draws out the innovative consumer-based perspective A4NH has taken on food systems research:
In order to transform food systems to make sure that everyone everywhere has healthy food which has been sustainably produced, the emphasis needs to shift from food production and technology to the question as to what is needed for consumers to have a healthy diet.
Brouwer and Ruben's involvement in A4NH has been supported by NWO's Senior Expert Programme.
Read the full post here.
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